Universal X Pant
Looking for pants that'll keep your legs warm during chilly morning runs and afternoon cross country treks? Grab the Swix Men's UniversalX Pants. These pants' medium fit won't cut off your circulation, but it won't leave tons of fabric flapping in the breeze either. Knitted elastic back panels add to the Universal Pants' breathability, while wind- and water-resistant fabric elsewhere stands up to light flurries and harsh gusts. Swix gave the Universals articulated knees so you have plenty of room to move, and a full-length zipper for quick on-and-off action.
- A versatile, performance-hardy pant for cross-country skiing
- Wind resistant fabric protects from harsh winter conditions
- DWR treatment fends off precipitation
- Articulated construction offers unimpeded mobility
- Full-length zipper enables easy-on, easy-off
- Item #SWI007X
- 100% polyester, DWR treatment
- drawstring, button
- Side Zips
- Recommended Use
- fitness, cross country skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
January 9, 2021
Sizing seems off
- I returned this product before using it
- Runs small
My son who is usually a small/medium in men’s could barely squeeze into the large.
October 28, 2013
Decent Pant for the Price
- I've used it several times
- True to size
To preface this, I have to say that I am a very novice skier. Nevertheless, I found these pants to be both comfortable and breathable. I have only taken them downhill skiing but the few times I've used them it was cold and raining/snowing and I was never uncomfortable. Unfortunately I have nothing to compare these pants against (other than the time I tried going skiing in jeans!), but I have been very happy with them overall.
January 16, 2012
Swix Universal Pants
I liked the way they performed for XC skiing. With a pair of Thermals it gave them a wide tempiture range. Fit was good ( Although many XC pants dont come with flys in the front - whats with that?) Only issue and the reason I took them back was the snaps on the side didnt stay snaped, with very little pressure they would pop open. Easy fix for the MFG would be to use velcro.
December 4, 2009
Cold weather versatility
Just got these and took them out for a cold weather run (20 degrees and windy). Was looking for something with a bit more wind protection and these fit the bill. Great combination of wind protection and breathability. Would love to have a more secure adjustment at the waist - although I didn't have any specific problem.